Oklahoma has divided its diverse landscape into six regions or "countries" - each with a distinct flavor, image and unique cities and towns that make great destination sites. Did you know that mile for mile, Oklahoma offers the nation's most diverse terrain? Why not explore it now! Blackwell was settled in the late s as part of the Cherokee Strip Land Run of Northern Oklahoma, and the town remains a testament to its history. The original "stone city" of Buffalo was established before statehood and still stands thanks to its founders' requirement that downtown buildings be constructed of stone to withstand fires.
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